Improving Science Communication And Impact – How To Get Your Research Heard
Tuesday, 18th June at 17:30 pm, UTC
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Who should attend
Those who want to improve public understanding of science
Those who want to inspire the next generation
Those who want to connect with fellow professionals in a diverse array of fields
Those who want to increase the reach and impact of their science papers
And those who want to generally improve their science communication skills
What will we cover?
Science communication has never been so important – high levels of scrutiny in science and public spending have encouraged a large number of scientists to think about how and why they are communicating their research. Recent reports suggest over 4 million scientific papers are published each year and to be able to stand out from the crowd, have people read more than the abstract, and show real impact is becoming a crucial part of scientific publishing. We can help you to understand, improve and advance on new communication strategies that will bring your science to a whole new audience as a result.
Action Point 1
How to define your audience and boost the citation of your original papers
Action Point 2
Create engaging multimedia content in less time than the average commute
Action Point 3
Time management: Get your research on all major platforms with the click of a button
Action Point 4
How can science communication can help with philanthropy, governmental, and industry funding
Brought to you by SciPod
We are a group of academics, publishers, communicators, marketeers, and media specialists who have come together from around the world to help you achieve maximum impact from your research, making science accessible, visible and enjoyable.
SciPod boasts a rich reputation of bringing a new, authentic and easy communication service to lovers of science and technology. SciPods’s main aim is not only to communicate on a broad spectrum but to also provide a simplistic dissemination service in a time-effective and convenient way to the groups we work with.
Presented by Tom Render, Communications Director
As well as being the host of SciPod Radio, Tom has a background in science communication spanning close to 10 years and he has worked in almost all positions within publishing houses and media communication. Having seen the evolution of science communication change over the last 5 years, he has been a leading source for creativity and development in this exciting arena and brings a personal passion for communication technology.
You wouldn’t learn to drive from someone who can’t drive themselves? Tom is uniquely positioned to educate and advise on all aspects of public science communication and personal development, whilst thinking outside the usual box with novel techniques and a proven track record.